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Sorry wanted to donate but realized all my money says “in God we trust” on it.

I see you don’t have a problem with the currency referencing “god” and I’m pretty sure your spending it but now you want to police the military from including it.

Hypocrites!

Take your atheist group an move to Canada!

God bless, so help me god, one nation under god!

In god we trust!

Have a wonderful day

(name withheld)


Hi (name withheld),

Thanks for your e-mail to MRFF. It is a perfect example of why MRFF exists.

Are you not aware of what our constitution guarantees? As written it guarantees freedom of religion for all citizens. Over the years much case law has been added which prescribes freedom from religious hegemony as well. In fact, if everyone but one in America believed in god the constitution would still prohibit certain acts and conditions that are often employed by the religious majority.

MRFF is against having religious material printed and stamped on our currency and coinage. We are against references to god in the pledge of allegiance and the requirement for taking legal oaths which involve a deity. This is because not every US Citizen believes in god and requiring a non-believer to be subject to a god is clearly a constitutional violation.

Yes we still spend American currency because it would be fruitless and meaningless not to.

Religion belongs in church, in your home and in your heart, not in public or government venues.

It is not our desire to move to Canada as there is much work left to do here in America. An emerging Christian sect known as “Dominion Christians” has effectively infiltrated the armed forces. Many have achieved positions of rank and power and are currently actively and coercively proselytizing subordinates and bringing militant Christian materials into the military environment.

MRFF is dedicated to preserving the religious freedom of all our troops not just Christians. Our actions are directed solely at Dominionists and not the good Christians.

It has been said that the price of freedom is eternal vigilance and we will remain vigilant to ensure our young men and women enjoy the freedom to believe or not believe in god.

Rick Baker
Capt. USAF (Ret)
MRFF Volunteer.

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